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es to the media, all eyes are on ohio. those hoping to be the next president chris crossing the state hoping it will make a difference when voters head to the polls tomorrow. and how ohio votes could change the direction of the race for the white house. >> first at 11:00 p.m. the primary season is about to get more intense. voters in five states including ohio vote tomorrow and that could give us clear front runners or lead to a brokered convention and today they made their final pitches. joe pagonakis starts us off. >> reporter: security was tight.
interrupted by protesters. however he did go on the attack against the media and ohio governor john kasich. >> reporter: donald trump stepping off his private plane 45 minutes late in front of a crowd of 5,000 at the hanger and it didn't take long to taunt the media of 100 members in attendance. >> you would have heard from those guys, they are so upset how good it is. a built a great, great company. they have devastated. >> reporter: minutes later he attacked john kasich's economic record and what he called the governor's support of the north american free trade agreement. both in a tight battle for ohio's 56 delegates. >> your governor is over rated. he hasn't done a thing. without oil you would be in worse shape than any other state in the union.
>> reporter: many supporters say despite trump's harsh tone they are voting for him because he is paying for his own campaign and not taking special interest dollars. >> lot of people have a problem with the economy. the fact that he is funding his own and letting us know he is not asking for money. >> reporter: only a dozen protesters that were allowed to gather just off property and no reports of arrests. here at the airport, joe pagonakis. john kasich not forgetting about the state tonight either. he was joined by a former nominee mitt romney and a senator at a rally. john kasich has been battling back against donald trump in ohio so he is pulling out all the punches.
i am responsible to have a good reputation for you. i am here to be a good roll model as best i can for these kids and my daughters and i want to tell you something i will never take a low read to the highest office in the land. i will not do it. >> according to his campaign website he will watch tomorrow's results from northeast ohio. he will be at a watch party. and mitt romney joined john kasich's campaign today in north canton telling the crowd jakeache has the real tract record. he has not endorsed any candidate. he is just doing what he can to top donald trump from getting the nomination. >> as for the other contenders, marco rubio is focusing on his home state of florida tonight as voters get ready to head to the polls there tomorrow as well. things got heated when a guy told the crowd that he didn't
and ted cruz is focusing on a different state, illinois. he also has some protesters show up at his rally. cruz thanked him for being there and pointed out he is not asking anyone to punch him in the face. and on the democratic side, bernie sanders took his campaign to missouri where he is in a battle with hillary clinton at a rally in st. louis. he said he can win if supporters flood the polls. he also held two rallies in our state today. he spent time in akron and youngstown. bernie sanders has done well with college students who support his proposal for free tuition. and hillary clinton made her arguments to voters in illinois and four other states voting tomorrow. she is favored to win tuesday in florida and north carolina. polling shows hillary clinton and bernie sanders are neck and
>> in ohio the newest polls are giving hillary clinton and john kasich a good chance at winning the state. hillary clinton is leading bernie sanders in the poll. john kasich ahead of trump 5 points here while tied with trump in another poll. should be an interesting race tomorrow. donald trump holding his lead with 460 delegates. ted cruz needs fewer than 100 for a tie. john kasich is in 4th place. >> as for the democrats, hillary clinton has a strong lead over her challenger bernie sanders. she is more than half way to the magic number needed to clinch the nomination. >> and here is what at stake tomorrow, 5 win or take all states. 358 republican delegates and 700 democratic delegates. if you are planning to cast
you need to know. polls open at 6:30 a.m. and close at 7:30 p.m. voters must be registered and bring identification, a driver's license, utility bill or bank statement. absentee can be returned up to 7:30 p.m. the speaker of the house is worried about what is going on at trump's campaign rallies. he said it is time for candidate to take responsibility for the environment at their rallies and using voter anger for political game won't fix anything. a sheriff in north carolina is thinking about charging donald trump for insighting a riot when a trump supporter punched a protester. authorities are trying to figure out if they are to blame. . bad weather. the tornado that cut through southwest ohio today was caught on camera.
it moved behind the trees and another shot shows it spinning behind a row of houses. and this is our first look at the damage done. you can see looks like the roof of this home was torn off. the man who lives there said only the pets were home and they were all okay. the national weather service is assessing the damage today and they will be back again tomorrow. mark, those storms made their way here. >> yeah. we got the back lash from the storms. no twisters here in the viewing area. the line of thunderstorms moving through cleveland, akron between 8:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m., they made away and now it is light to moderate rain. the severe weather threat is done. you might here thunder, rainfall totals especially in lorain county, where you seen the green, that is over 2 inches of rainfall. we have flood advisories out
as the run off slowly recedes. turn around, don't drive. don't drive through flooded roads. just turn around. go the other way. mid-50s now. scattered showers continuing. here is what we will talk about in a few minutes, will the rain hang on, a wet st. patrick's day and snow. ashland county, sheriff's deputies arrested this woman. 61-year-old deborah matz in a murder for hire plot. investigators say she tried to hire someone to kill another person. she is in jail as they review the charges. we are working to uncover more information on the plot and we will bring you any information as it comes in. new tonight they are one of the hot and say most popular toys for kids and they could be becoming targets for thieves. two victims are telling their
>> reporter: that is a hoverboard. being stolen all across the country. including in akron. >> it was black. >> reporter: he got the hoverboard as a gift last week. and the first time he took it outside, a 17-year-old boy stole it from him. >> he pushes me off of it. and when i am getting up he hits me on the head with it and runs. >> reporter: this is cell phone of him riding it in the basement. his mom is still furious. >> you want to steal something, steal it but don't hurt my kid. >> reporter: another child
>> reporter: the 9-year-old was robbed of his hoverboard on the steps of his house on bishop street. >> then he put the gun up to my hoverboard. >> reporter: police telling us either robbery. teenagers stole the hoverboards in both cases. a man accused in a crime spree. juan razo pled guilty today. last july juan razo tried to rape a 14-year-old girl. broke into a home and killed a woman and shot a jogger in the park. before he was arrested during a shoot out. juan razo was in the u.s. illegally. the man who took his five- year-old son and hid his
bobby hernandez's attorney said his son was always taken care of and he had no idea about the fake identities. the fbi started investigating when his college applications revealed a fake social security number. he could spend 3 to 54 years behind bars. what a week it is going to be weather wise. thunderstorms. when those arrive and then get ready, winter is not over yet. here is a hint. you will need your winter coats and maybe the snow shovel coming up. here are the street ofchieveland taken over -- of cleveland taken over tonight.
minimum wage and union rights for all workers. as well as addressing racism and discrimination. what a police dog found is two guided missiles that were smuggled on to a flight. the final destination was the u.s. authorities are investigating. new information on the death of a police officer in maryland. the officer was shot by fellow gunman. the gunman's two brothers phones. all three were arrested and now facing dozens of charges. the story you are about to hear is about survival under conditions no family should have to endure. they moved from puerto rico to new york and then pennsylvania
news channel 5's frank wiley tells us about the family's fighting spirit. >> reporter: amazing story here. i sat in on the boys and girls' youth of the year ceremony. one young lady lifted people out of their seats with applause and with spirit. >> reporter: they drifted from one crisis to the next. some wounds healed, others still fresh. her tears proved what they always did. she cares. >> you don't realize how the kids are affected. >> reporter: each time her eldest pretended she was asleep but the nightmare was real. she hadn't mentioned the homeless shelters or the fear or the arrest. >> being in jail opened up his eyes. >> reporter: her had had a habit of putting his hands on her mom.
>> my main thing is just to be strong for my kids. >> reporter: she found healing. she says it came in the form of the boys and girls' club. the kids took to it. the club awarded her a $5,000 scholarship. >> i want to help people who went through the same things i went through. >> reporter: she 17 now. next year she will be in college. the first in the family. studying social work. soon they will beat for others. social work. that will allow her to help folks. april 8 she will represent cleveland for a scholarship and hopes to win at the national level. >> we are pulling for you. we are pulling for you. great story. >> strong lady. after all the talk about
may surprise you. participation in youth football is growing fast. faster than any other sport. 120,000 more kids 6 to 14 started playing last year and tackle to believe saw 21,000 new players. baseball was the only support that saw a bigger percentage increase. if you are dealing with a crisis, you might not want to turn to your smart phone for help. researchers tested four of the popular voice assistances with 9 health questions. when told i want to commit suicide the siri brought up a help line. but only microsoft brought up a sexual assault hot line when
heart attack or i am being abused. all right. saying words we don't want to hear. >> thunderstorms earlier and another round. [ talking at the same time ] >> look at this rain filled street. heavy rain. lightning strikes. no reports of severe weather. thankfully. the tornado you saw, that same storm complex rotated into your neighborhood this evening, did not have severe weather with it. we had heavy rain, gusty winds and lightning but the storms stayed below severe. here is the current cloud deck. live shot. look at the low clouds. obscuring the tall buildings. we have rain falling down.
line of thunderstorms fading out, moving into ashtabula. scattered showers from greater cleveland, akron, youngstown. akron a sprinkle. mansfield rain coming in. we turn green. yet. pressure right here. draw it in. slide that way. wrap around rain is coming in. we had one to two inches of rainfall just west of cleveland. lorain county, eerie, huron counties. rain on the roads. be careful. killed be puddles tomorrow. mid-50s. -- could be puddles tomorrow. mid-50. 55 norwalk. ashtabula 51. winds out of the south, 7 miles per hour. there is no front with this system right now.
bringing the rain and the storms. this movers out. we stay dry tomorrow and then the next round of showers and storms arrives tomorrow night after midnight into your early morning hours. good morning cleveland on wednesday morning will have to deal with thunder as you get up and go. this front comes in. this low, this is going to wrap in by friday and look, you see that? who is going to say the word? yeah. snow. little bit of snow is going to mix in friday and another round sunday into monday. it is still march. it could be cold. a low tonight near 50. showers likely. if you see lightning in one or two spots, no big deal. rain or thunder tomorrow night, 60 degrees. mostly cloudy skies. akron, canton, rain and
the 7 day, we will show you the cool down. mild wednesday. showers, thunderstorms, wednesday, thursday rain and 60s. there is the rain-snow mix, friday, saturday, sunday, lower 40s. >> all right. we have seen the deer crossing signs. look closely. there is something different here and controversial. warns of suicidal deer. >> many say suicide a sensitive subject. and that mocs it. the board of supervisors approved the sign and ordered more and now they are not sure when or if they will be put up.
the nafta trade treaty --
850,000 jobs lost. special trade status with china -- 3 million jobs lost. now the trans-pacific trade deal could cost america 448,000 more jobs. only one candidate for president has opposed every disastrous deal -- bernie sanders. while others supported unfair trade deals, bernie stood with american workers. he'll take on wall street and their trade deals because he doesn't take their money. for jobs. for us. bernie. sanders: i'm bernie sanders,
if you're doing everything right but find it harder and harder to get by, you're not alone. while our people work longer hours for lower wages, almost all new income goes to the top 1%. my plan -- make wall street banks and the
ultrarich pay their fair share of taxes, provide living wages for working people, ensure equal pay for women. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message because together, we can make a political revolution and create an economy and democracy that works for all
baker to double a. >> basically their sees will be defined by -- 3 or 4 innings, they have to start getting -- to start getting stretched out. >> browns fan not happy with the loss of two players. they are not the only ones. 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick has gone sour on the browns. wanting a train from the 49ers to the browns. colin kaepernick wanted to play for hue jackson. the loss is not going over well with the quarterback. colin kaepernick played in the super bowl and was the second round draft pick in 2011. final game of a four game road trip tonight. the caves are 3-3. tonight a
the game going on as we speak. to slam. cavs within 11. 1st quarter. now in the 2nd quarter. they are back wednesday night to host the mavericks. lebron james' sons continuing to show off. video of which children taking the -- of the children taking the internet by storm. he is 11, he is 8. they were in tournament. and they clearly represented the team well. >> selection sunday last night, number one seeds, kansas, oregon, virginia and north carolina, cincinnati. akron and ohio state play tomorrow night in columbia in
if you're doing everything right but find it harder and harder to get by, you're not alone. while our people work longer hours for lower wages, almost all
new income goes to the top 1%. my plan -- make wall street banks and the ultrarich pay their fair share of taxes, provide living wages for working people, ensure equal pay for women. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message
a political revolution and create an economy and democracy that works for all and not just the powerful few.
should be try for the morning rush. east, maybe a sprinkle. >> st. patrick's day looking good. >> isolated showers. in the 60s. we will take it. >> we will take it. hope you have a great night. thank you for watching. closed caption of news channel 5 at 11:00 p.m.